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VS-800

Vital signs monitor

Service Manual

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Mindray is responsible for safety, reliability and performance of this equipment only in the condition that:

all installation, expansion, change, modification and repair of this equipment are conducted
by Mindray qualified personnel;

applied electrical appliance is in compliance with relevant National Standards; the monitor is operated under strict observance of this manual.

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Warning
For continued safe use of this equipment, it is necessary that the listed instructions are followed. However, instructions listed in this manual in no way supersede established medical practices concerning patient care. Do not rely only on audible alarm system to monitor patient. When monitoring adjusting the volume to very low or completely muting the sound may result in the disaster to the patient. The most reliable way of monitoring the patient is at the same time of using monitoring equipment correctly, manual monitoring should be carried out. This vital signs monitor is intended for use only by medical professionals in health care institutions. To avoid electrical shock, you shall not open any cover by yourself. Service must be carried out by qualified personnel. Use of this device may affect ultrasonic imaging system in the presence of the interfering signal on the screen of ultrasonic imaging system. Keep the distance between the monitor and the ultrasonic imaging system as far as possible. It is dangerous to expose electrical contact or applicant coupler to normal saline, other liquid or conductive adhesive. Electrical contact and coupler such as cable connector, power supply and parameter module socket-inlet and frame must be kept clean and dry. Once being polluted by liquid, they must be thoroughly dried. If to further remove the pollution, please contact your biomedical department or Mindray.

It is important for the hospital or organization that employs this equipment to carry out a reasonable maintenance schedule. Neglect of this may result in machine breakdown or injury of human health.

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Warranty
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANT ABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Exemptions
Mindray's obligation or liability under this warranty does not include any transportation or other charges or liability for direct, indirect or consequential damages or delay resulting from the improper use or application of the product or the substitution upon it of parts or accessories not approved by Mindray or repaired by anyone other than a Mindray authorized representative.

This warranty shall not extend to any instrument which has been subjected to misuse, negligence or accident; any instrument from which Mindray's original serial number tag or product identification markings have been altered or removed, or any product of any other manufacturer.

Safety, Reliability and Performance


Mindray is not responsible for the effects on safety, reliability and performance of the VS-800 vital signs Monitor if: Assembly operations, extensions, re-adjusts, modifications or repairs are carried out by persons other than those authorized by Mindray. The VS-800 is not used in accordance with the instructions for use, or the electrical installation of the relevant room does not comply with NFPA 70: National Electric Code or NFPA 99: Standard for Health Care Facilities (Outside the United States, the relevant room must comply with all electrical installation regulations mandated by the local and regional bodies of government).

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Return Policy
Return Procedure
In the event that it becomes necessary to return a unit to Mindray, the following procedure should be followed:

1.

Obtain return authorization. Contact the Mindray Service Department and obtain a Customer Service Authorization (Mindray) number. The Mindray number must appear on the outside of the shipping container. Return shipments will not be accepted if the Mindray number is not clearly visible. Please provide the model number, serial number, and a brief description of the reason for return.

2.

Freight policy. The customer is responsible for freight charges when equipment is shipped to Mindray for service (this includes customs charges).

Company Contact
Address: Mindray Building, 12th Keji Road South, Hi-tech Industrial Park, Nanshan, Shenzhen, P.R.China Phone: Fax: +86 755 26582888 +86 755 26582680

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1 . Meaning of Signal Words
In this manual, the signal words DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION are used regarding safety and other important instructions. The signal words and their meanings are defined as follows. Please understand their meanings clearly before reading this manual.

Signal word

Meaning
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.

DANGER WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION

2 . Meaning of Safety Symbols


Symbol Type-BF applied part "Attention" (Refer to the operation manual.) Description

3.

Safety Precautions

Please observe the following precautions to ensure the safety of service engineers as well as operators when using this system.

DANGER:

Do not use flammable gasses such as anesthetics, or flammable liquids such as ethanol, near this product, because there is danger of explosion.

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Do not connect this system to outlets with the same circuit breakers and fuses that control current to devices such as life-support systems. If this system malfunctions and generates an overcurrent, or when there is an instantaneous current at power ON, the circuit breakers and fuses of the buildings supply circuit may be tripped.

CAUTION: 1. Malfunctions due to radio waves


(1) Use of radio-wave-emitting devices in the proximity of this kind of medical electronic system may interfere with its operation. Do not bring or use devices which generate radio waves, such as cellular telephones, transceivers, and radio controlled toys, in the room where the system is installed. (2) If a user brings a device which generates radio waves near the system, they must be instructed to immediately turn OFF the device. This is necessary to ensure the proper operation of the system. 2. Do not allow fluids such as water to contact the system or peripheral devices. Electric shock may result.

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Content
Chapter 1 Product Description .........................................................................................1-1 1.1 Intended Use..............................................................................................................1-1 1.2 Environmental Specifications .....................................................................................1-1 Chapter 2 Principles of Operation ....................................................................................2-1 2.1 General ......................................................................................................................2-1 2.2 Hardware Description.................................................................................................2-1 2.3 Software Description ................................................................................................2-12 2.4 System parameters ..................................................................................................2-17 Chapter 3 Chapter Specifications.....................................................................................3-1 3.1 Type of Monitor ..........................................................................................................3-1 3.2 Specifications of Monitor ............................................................................................3-1 Chapter 4 Machine Disassembly/assembly and troubleshooting .....................................4-1 4.1 Disassembly/assembly Figure....................................................................................4-1 4.2 Inter-board Connections...........................................................................................4-12 4.2 Troubleshooting........................................................................................................4-19 Chapter 5 Machine Test and Material List ........................................................................5-1 5.1Test Procedure ............................................................................................................5-1 5.2 Material List................................................................................................................5-2 5.3 NIBP Calibration Method............................................................................................5-6 Chapter 6 Maintenance and Cleaning ............................................................................6-1 6.1 Inspection...................................................................................................................6-1 6.2 General Cleaning .....................................................................................................6-1 6.3 Cleaning Solution .......................................................................................................6-2 6.4 Sterilization.................................................................................................................6-2 6.5 Disinfection.................................................................................................................6-3 6.6 Contact Information for Maintenance and Technical Support .....................................6-3

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Chapter 1
1.1 Intended Use

Monitor Description

The VS-800 Vital Signs Monitor is intended to monitor the vital signs of single patients. It applies to the health-care institutions such as Outpatient Clinics, Emergency Departments, Medical Floors, Clinics, Nursing Departments and so forth. The VS-800 is employed by qualified personnel according to the evaluation of the patients health conditions. Applied to: adult, pediatric and neonate Monitored parameters: PR (obtained based on the SpO2 or NIBP data) NIBP (systolic pressure, diastolic pressure and mean pressure. Oscillometry NIBP) SpO2 (SpO2: Pulse Oxygen Saturation) This product is to be employed by qualified health-care personnel who have been trained on the product. It supports continuous monitoring. It, however, is not intended to monitor critical patients and those in transportation (ambulance).

1.2 Environmental Specifications


1.2.1 Temperature Requirements
Operating ambient temperature Storage temperature 0 - 40 -20 - 60

1.2.2 Relative Humidity


Operating relative humidity Storage relative humidity 15%-95%(non-condensing) 10%-95%(non-condensing)

1.2.3 Altitude Requirements


Operating altitude -1,640 - 15,092 feet (-500 - 4,600m) Note: Requirements for the optional Nellcor Oximax SpO2 (NELL-3):
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-1,000 - 9,889 feet (-305 - 3,014m)

Storage and transportation altitude

-1640 - 42,979 feet (-500 - 13,100m) Note: Requirements for the optional Nellcor Oximax SpO2 ((NELL-3): -1,000 - 20,000 feet (-305 - 6,096m)

1.2.4 Power Requirements


Voltage:
Power: AC 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz 70VA

1.2.5 Rechargeable Battery


Rechargeable lead-acid battery, 2.3 Ah, 12V Minimum of 260min:
The monitor runs on power supplied by the new fully-charged battery in the following

conditions: Ambient temperature: 25 Monitor configuration: SpO2 (Continuous measurement) and NIBP (one auto NIBP
measurement per 15min)

Charge time: Maximum of 8h Lithium battery, 4.4Ah, 11.1V Minimum of 620min


The monitor runs on power supplied by the new fully-charged battery in the following conditions:

Ambient temperature: 25 Monitor configuration: SpO2 (Continuous measurement) and NIBP (one auto NIBP
measurement per 15min)

Charge time: Maximum of 8h Time to shutdown at low battery power: 5 to 15min after the first battery-low alarm (a
new fully-charged battery should be used)

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2.1 General

Principles of Operation

The whole system consists of mechanical, hardware and software parts, as follows:

Figure 1 System structure

As shown in Figure 2-1, the VS-800 Vital Signs Monitor consists of


4 mechanical parts: host, recorder, TEMP module chamber and rechargeable battery

chamber; 6 hardware parts: main board, key&displays board, parameter boards, recorder board,

connection cables and power board; 4 software parts: System software, Parameter software, Upgrade software and printer

software.

2.2 Hardware Description


The hardware structure of the VS-800 is shown as Figure 2-2:

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Figure 2 Structure of hardware

Note1: The TEMP module mentioned in this manual is reserved for future use.
The hardware connections of the VS-800 Vital Sings Monitor are as shown in Figure 2-3:

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Figure 3 Connections of VS-800 hardware As shown in the figure above, the core of the system is the main board, from which the power is adapted to all parameter modules; the parameter modules directly communicate with the main board, and the measurement and status of all modules are controlled by the main board. The functions and operation principles of the VS-800 hardware parts are detailed respectively in the following sections.

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2.2.1 Main Board


2.2.1.1 Principle diagram

Figure 4 Operation principle of the main board

2.2.1.2 Principle
The main board communicates with all parameter modules and recorder module through serial ports; the power of the parameter modules is adapted from the main board. The main board supplies displaying information for the key&displays board detects the keys and realizes the users interface. The audio process circuit of the main board drives the speaker, thus to realize audible alarms, key tones and PITCHTON. The main board controls the alarm indicator through the signal wire is adapted from the key&displays board. In addition, the main board provides the nurse call connector, network connector and R232 connector. The real-time clock is realized by the RTC chip to which the power is supplied from AC mains or by the battery when available. When the AC power or battery is unavailable, the built-in battery of the RTC chip supplies the power, thus guaranteeing the normal working status of the clock. SDRAM is responsible for storing data temporarily and running programs; FLASH serves as the system program memory and trend data memory; E2PROM serves as the device configuration memory.

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2.2.1.3 Units of main board


2.2.1.3.1 FPGA FPGA is used for:
Controlling STN-LCD The PFGA drives the display of the monochromatic STN-LCD module, including the RAM and displaying sequence; it communicates with the key&displays board CPLD. The FPGA transmits data displayed by LEDs and receives key information by Means of communicating with keypad CPLD through synchronous serial port. Extending serial ports The FPGA extends 3 serial ports for the communications with parameter modules. Extending I/O port The FPGA extends the I/O port for controlling the NURSE CALL circuit. Generating frequency-adjustable signal The FPGA generates the frequency-adjustable signal which is used by the audio process circuit. 1. Audio process circuit Following the common scheme regarding the key&displays board audio process circuit, the audio process circuit generates envelope signals by using the PWM function of the CPU, and generates audio frequency signals by using the FPGA. 2. ADC circuit The ADC circuit detects ADV, +12V and battery voltages as well as the battery status voltage by using the A/D converter. The A/D converter Provides a I2C bus interface. The CPU simulates the I2C bus signal with two I/O ports. 3. Network connector To guarantee that the earth wire of the network connector can pass the 1500V high-voltage test, isolated components such as the network transformer must be placed near the RJ45 socket and kept a specific distance from other components. 4. RS232 connector The RS232 connector is made of the UART module of the CPU and the RS232 chip. The RS232 chip has the ESD protection function (15KV). 5. NURSE CALL connector The NURSE CALL connector controls the NURSE CALL signal by using an I/O port extended
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by the FPGA.

2.2.2 Power Board


2.2.2.1 General
The power board converts the power input (from AC mains or battery) to different working voltages for other boards; it also has the function of charging the battery.

2.2.2.2 Principle diagram


According to the design requirements, the power board can be divided into three parts: AC/DC isolation converter, DC/DC converter and charging circuit, as shown in Figure 2-5.
Flyback converter AC input EMI filter Rectifer & filter Rectifer & filter 16.8 V DC/DC converter OVP&OCP 12V output

LDO circuit Start-up circuit Charging circuit

5V output

Battery

PWM controller

Current detection

DC/DC converter

3.3V output OVP&OCP

Coupler feeckback & isolation circuit

Switch circuit OVP&OPP

Figure 5 Operation principle of the power board

2.2.2.3 Principle
After the AC input reaches the power board through the connection board, it flows through the EMI filter circuit and rectifier and filter circuit. Then it is converted to a DC voltage, which is further converted to the 16.8V DC voltage by the Flyback converter. The 16.8V DC voltage is the main input of the DC/DC converter and charging circuit; it is used to charge the lithium battery or lead-acid battery, and also converted to 12V, 5V and 3.3V DC voltages by corresponding DC/DC converters and LDO circuit. In case the AC input is unavailable, the battery can supplies power for the DC/DC converters to get the 12V, 5V and 3.3V DC voltages. Meanwhile, the 12V, 5V and 3.3V DC outputs are under the control of the switch signal. The 16.8V DC output is protected against over-voltage and over-power; the 12V and 3.3V DC

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outputs are protected against over-voltage, short-circuit and over-current; the 5V DC output is protected against over-voltage and short-circuit.

2.2.3 Key&displays board


2.2.3.1 General
The key&displays board provides the users interface. The main board supplies the power for the key&displays board. The LCD module, 7-segment digit display, LED indicators and keys are integrated on this board. Principle diagram

STN LCD module

LED

CPLD

LED&KEY

3.3V disable ADV 3.3V VSB Key matrix Switch

Start-up circuit

Start-up signal

OFF/STANDBY detection

Figure 6 Operation principle of the key&displays board

2.2.3.2 Units
2.2.3.2.1 LCD module
This module has the function of adjusting the contrast and brightness in 10 levels, Self-provided drive. The FPGA controls the LCD. It transmits data signals and control signals to the LCD drive to realize the display on the LCD. The main board supplies the 3.3V power for the logic part of the LCD module, and the power board supplies the 3.3V power for the backlight assembly. This module displays menus, trend data and plethysmograms.
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2.2.3.2.2 LED
There are Six groups of 7-segment digit display on the key&displays board. They are used for displaying the systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, mean pressure/cuff pressure, SpO2 and PR; every group is of 3 digits. The signal is transmitted from the main board FPGA to the CPLD, and is displayed by the 7-segment digit displays driven by the CPLD scanning. The AC indicator is driven by the ADV voltage output from the power board. The working status indicator (ON/STADNDBY indicator) is driven by the 3.3V voltage. The battery indicator is controlled by the flash control signal, ADV signal and /BC signal together. When the system is powered by the battery only, the CPLD outputs the flash control signal and the battery indicator flashes; when the system is power by AC mains, the ADV voltage drives the battery indicator to ON. The /BC signal is transmitted from the power board to the cathode of the battery indicator. When there is no battery in the monitor, the resistance of the /BC becomes high, so the battery indicator will never become ON. The bichrome LED alarm indicator is driven by the 3.3V voltage and controlled by the flash control signal output from the CPLD. For other LED indicators, the anodes are connected to 3.3V voltages and are controlled by the CPLD I/O port. The displaying and controling is signal of the indicators above is delivered from the main board FPGA to the CPLD.

2.2.3.2.3 Keys
There are totally 12 keys. ON/STANDBY key: In the OFF status, press this key to power on the monitor; in the working status, press this key for less than 1s to enter the standby status. Press this key for more than 2s to power off the monitor. The other 11 keys form a 34 matrix. The CPLD scans the key matrix, and performs the key debouncing after detecting any key input signal. If the input signal is valid, the CPLD saves the current key input code and transmits it to the main board.

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2.2.4 SpO2 Module


2.2.4.1 General
The SpO2 module provides the function of measuring the Pulse Oxygen Saturation (SpO2).

2.2.4.2 Principle diagram

Figure 7 Operation principle of the SpO2 module

2.2.4.3 Principle
The SpO2 measurement principle: 1. Collecting the light signal of the red light and infrared transmitting through the finger or toe which is pulsing; 2. Processing the collected signal to get the measured result. The drive circuit of the LED and the gain of the amplifying circuit should be controlled according to the different perfusions and transmittances of the tested object.

2.2.4.3.1 Led Drive Circuit


This circuit supplies the LED with the drive current, which can be regulated.

2.2.4.3.2 SPO2 Signal Process Network


The pre-amplifying circuit converts the photoelectric signal to the voltage signal and conducts the primary amplification. The gain adjusting and amplifying circuit conducts the secondary signal amplification and adjusts the gain. The biasing circuit adjusts the dynamic range of the signal, and sends it to the A/D conversion part.
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2.2.4.3.3 A/D
The A/D conversion part converts the analog signal to the digital signal, and then sends it to CPU for further processing.

2.2.4.3.4 D/A
The D/A conversion part converts the digital signal received from CPU to the analog signal, and provides the control signal for the Led Drive Circuit and SPO2 Signal Process Network.

2.2.4.3.5 CPU System


Implementing the logical control of all the circuits; Implementing the data processing for the SpO2 parameter; Implementing the communication with the main board.

2.2.4.3.6 Power & Signal isolate Circuit


Isolating the external circuits to ensure the safety of human body; Supplying power for all circuits; Implementing the isolation communication between the CPU System and the main board.

2.2.5 NIBP Module


2.2.5.1 General
This module provides the function of measuring the Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (NIBP).

2.2.5.2 Principle diagram

Figure 8 Operation principle of the NIBP module Principle


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The NIBP is measured based on the pulse vibration principle. Inflate the cuff which is on the forearm till the cuff pressure blocks the arterial blood, and then deflate the cuff according to a specified algorithm. While the cuff pressure is decreasing, the arterial blood has pulses, which are sensed by the pressure transducer in the cuff. Consequently, the pressure transducer, connected with the windpipe of the cuff, generates a pulsation signal, which is then processed by the NIBP module to get the NIBP value.

2.2.5.2.1 Valve Drive Circuit


This circuit controls the status (ON/OFF) of valves. It, together with the Motor Drive Circuit, implements the inflation and deflation of the cuff.

2.2.5.2.2 Motor Drive Circuit


This circuit controls the action of the air pump. It, together with the Valve Drive Circuit, implements the inflation and deflation of the cuff. Besides, it provides the status signal of the motor for the A/D conversion part.

2.2.5.2.3 NIBP Signal Process Network


The NIBP signal is the differential input signal. The difference amplifying circuit amplifies the dual-end difference signal and converts it to the single-end signal; meanwhile, this circuit sends a channel of signal to the A/D conversion part, and the other to the DC isolating and amplifying circuit. The DC isolating and amplifying circuit removes DC components from the signal, amplifies the signal, and then sends it to the A/D conversion part.

2.2.5.2.4 A/D
The A/D conversion part converts the analog signal to the digital signal, and sends it to the CPU System for further processing.

2.2.5.2.5 Over Pressure Detect


The circuit detects the NIBP pressure signal. Once the pressure value exceeds the protected pressure value, it will send a message to the CPU System, which asks the Valve Drive Circuit to open the valve to deflate the cuff.

2.2.5.2.6 CPU System


Implementing the logical control of all the circuits; Implementing the data processing for the NIBP parameter;
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Implementing the communication with the main board.

2.3 Software Description


2.3.1 General
2.3.1.1 Composition of software
The VS-800 software consists of the system software, module software, upgrade software and printer software. Besides the system software, all the other software components are universal. Therefore, the following sections will emphasize on the requirements of the system software. For other software, only references are provided. 2-1 Software component VS-800 software components Description Material code of universal component System software For different configurations (SpO2 only and full configuration), the LED requires two different kinds of software. Bootstrap software Module software MINDRAY SpO2 MASIMO SpO2 Nellcor SpO2 Recorder NELLCOR MP506 SpO2 software 33209 write software of the MCU TR6C-30-16656 NIBP Bootstrap upgrade software SIC33209 write software of 630D blood pressure pump S1C33209 write software of the SpO2 board MASIMO M7 SpO2 software (See Note 1) 9006-30-33911 0010-30-12196 630D-30-09112 (Non-universal)

Note 1: Those software components are external, namely, they are not developed by Mindray.

2.3.2 System Software


2.3.2.1 General
The functions of the system software are shown in Figure 2-9:
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Figure 9 Function of system software The VS-800 software provides the following functions: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Transmitting/receiving data to/from modules; Displaying parameters, plethysmograms and trend data; Rising alarms; Controlling the recorder; Reviewing patient history data; Network function; NURSECALL function; Power management; Displaying measurement results with LEDs;

10 Outputting data to PC for permanent storage and data printing.

2.3.2.2 Functions of system software


2.3.2.2.1 Power management
A. The system detects the battery and battery volume automatically, and power LED gives status of battery. B. The system detects the voltage (12V) of the main board periodically. Once the voltage exceeds 12V limit, stop the ongoing NIBP measurement.

2.3.2.2.2 Parameter measurement


The parameter measurements are performed respectively by parameter modules. The system software is responsible for processing data and displaying the results.

2.3.2.2.3 Data output


Trend data can be recorded. The recorded data can be queried on the LCD, output by the
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recorder or through the network. In addition, the monitor can be connected to the central monitoring system, thus performing data output.

2.3.2.2.4 Alarm paused/silenced


The audible alarms are compliant with IEC60601-1-8. The alarm pause period is 2 minutes; the system can also be silenced.

2.3.2.2.5 Network
Central Monitoring System (CMS) Data output Software upgrade

2.3.2.2.6 Pitch Tone


With the Pitch Tone function, the system can dynamically change the pulse tone. Nurse Call The Nurse Call function is used for outputting alarms.

2.3.2.2.7 Standby
When the monitor receives no physiological signals or gives a battery-low alarm, In the monitoring status, press the ON/STANDBY key for less than 2s. The CONFIRM STANDBY STATE dialog box appears, prompting Enter the Standby State. Yes? Select YES to enter the standby status. In the standby status, press any key on the front panel of the monitor. The EXIT STANDBY dialog box appears, prompting Enter monitoring state? Select YES to exit the Standby status and enter the monitoring status. If no operation is done within 30 seconds, the monitor will automatically select NO, this dialog box will disappear, and the monitor will keep in the Standby status. The monitor exits the standby status and enters the monitoring status automatically when The monitor receives SpO2 physiological signal for 5 seconds or more; The monitor is powered by the internal battery which is to be depleted. 2.3.2.2.8 A. Mode modification

Format of date: Chinese (-year-month-day); European: (day-month-year); American (month -day- year). The review date of the trend data corresponds to the system time.

B.

Precision of real-time clock: 1 minute/month at 213. Display resolution: 1s

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Range: 2001 0: 0: 0 -2099 23: 59: 59

2.3.2.2.9 Alarm message


A. Alarms include physiological alarms and technical alarms Alarms classed 3 grade high

middle and low alarm. a) Every parameter has an alarm switch. If the alarm function of a parameter is disabled, no

audible and visual alarm will be given in case exceptions occur. b) B. a) The alarm function is compliant with relevant standards. Alarm mode The speaker and alarm indicator give the audible and visual alarms, the LED flashes, and

alarm messages are displayed on the LCD. b) C. When alarms of the two alarm levels occur, the system gives the high-level alarm. If the monitor is connected to the Nurse Call system properly, the alarm, if any, can be

given through the Nurse Call system. The reviewed trend data begin to be stored. 2.3.2.2.10 Non-volatile data storage The monitor can store modified configurations. Besides the factory default configuration, the monitor can store 1 group of user default configuration for each patient type. Storage of trend data: In the full configuration, the non-volatile data include trend data of all parameters: systolic pressure, mean pressure, diastolic pressure, PR, SpO2, measurement time and patient ID.

2.3.3 Module Software


The module software implements the upper-level communication protocol through the communication port.

2.3.4 Upgrade Software


The upgrade software implements, through the Ethernet and PC, the online upgrade of the system software of the monitor and module software. The upgrade software package includes the bootstrap and PC upgrade software. The bootstrap, which takes the main board as the platform, provides the online upgrade functions of system software and module software as well as the system function configuration. The PC

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upgrade software, which takes the PC as the platform, communicates with the monitor through the Ethernet, and provides operators with the upgrade/configuration UI. The FPGA upgrade software is controlled by the main board. The upgrade software realizes the multi-language downloading and upgrade function.

2.3.5 Printer Software


The printer software, which takes the PC as the platform, receives data output from the monitor, and implements the data display, storage and printing.

2.4 System Parameters


2.4.1 NIBP
The NIBP is measured based on the pulse vibration principle. Inflate the cuff which is on the forearm till the cuff pressure blocks the arterial blood, and then deflate the cuff according to a specified algorithm. While the cuff pressure is decreasing, the arterial blood has pulses, which are sensed by the pressure transducer in the cuff. Consequently, the pressure transducer, connected with the windpipe of the cuff, generates a pulsation signal. Then, the pulsation signal is filtered by a high-pass filter (about 1Hz), amplified, converted to the digital signal by the A/D converter, and finally processed by the MCU. After that, the systolic pressure, diastolic pressure and mean pressure can be obtained. For neonates, pediatric and adults, it is necessary to select the cuffs of a proper size to avoid possible measurement errors. In the NIBP measurement, there is a protection circuit used to protect patient from over-high pressure. The NIBP measurement modes include: 1) Adult/pediatric/neonate mode: To be selected according to the build, weight and age of the patient; 2) Manual/Auto/Continuous mode: The manual measurement is also called single measurement; in this mode, only one measurement is done after being started. In the auto measurement mode, the auto measurement be done according to the preset procedure. In the continuous measurement mode, quick continuous measurement will be done within 5 minutes after being started; it detects the changes in blood pressure effectively.

2.4.2 SpO2
The SpO2 value is obtained through the pulse waves of the finger tips based on specific
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algorithm and clinical data. The SpO2 probe is the measurement transducer. It has two inbuilt LEDs and an inbuilt light receiver. The two LEDs include one red-light diode and one infrared diode, which emit light in turns. When the capillaries in the finger tip are iteratively congested with blood pumped by the heart, the light emitted by the LEDs, after absorbed by the capillaries and tissue, casts on the light receiver, which can sense, in the form of electric signal, the light strength changing with the pulsated blood. The DC/AC ratio of the two photoelectric signals corresponds to the content of the oxygen in the blood. Therefore, the correct pulse oxygen saturation can be obtained with specific algorithm. Moreover, the pulse rate can be obtained according to the pulse waveform. The circuit of the SpO2 module is involved in four parts: SpO2 probe, signal processing unit, LED-driven sequencing control part and the MCU.

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Chanpter3 Product Specifications


3.1 Type of Monitor
Type of protection against electrical shock EMC Degree of protection against electrical shock Class I, internally powered equipment Class A NIBP/SpO2: CF, Defibrillation-proof Monitor: B Degree of protection against harmful ingress of water Degree of protection against hazards of ignition of flammable anesthetic mixtures Methods of sterilization Refer to the operation manual for detailed information Mode of operation Continuous operation Not suitable (ordinary) Not suitable (ordinary)

3.2 Specifications of Monitor


3.2.1 Dimension and Weight
Dimension Weight 170 x 240 x 170 mm < 3.5kg (Full configuration, battery included)

3.2.2 Operating Environment


3.2.2.1 Temperature Requirements
Operating ambient temperature Storage temperature 0 - 40 -20 - 60

3.2.2.2 Relative Humidity


Operating relative humidity Transportation and storage relative humidity 15% - 95% (non-condensing) 10% - 95% (non-condensing)

3.2.2.3 Power Requirements


Voltage: Power: Switch : AC 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz ( 3 Hz) 70VA Standby

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3.2.3 Specifications of Display


LCD display
Dot matrix: Dot pitch: Dot size: LCD type: Polarity: Transmission mode: Viewing angle: Type of backlight: 320160 0.240.24 0.2250.225 FSTN LCD Positive Transflective 12:00 LED (4 white LEDs)

Displayed contents:
Startup screen Trend data (including scroll bar) SpO2 waveform (can be switched) Menu (pop up) Time Prompting messages

5 groups of LED digit displays:


Used to display the systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, mean pressure/cuff pressure, SpO2 and PR.

6 groups of monochrome LED indicators


Used to display or indicate the pulse strength, power, ADULT-PEDIATRIC-NEO (patient type), mmHg-Kpa (unit of pressure), silence function and NIBP measurement status.

3.2.4 Signal Interface


Nurse call output The nurse call function is designed for the nurse call system Type of nurse call signal Maximum voltage Maximum load current Connection resistance Isolation voltage Network interface in hospital

Relay signal, always ON/OFF (optional) 12V DC (no greater than 13V DC) 2A <1 >1500V AC For connection to the Central Monitoring Network, software upgrade and data export

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3.2.5 Battery
No. of batteries: Battery type: Time to shutdown at low battery power: 1 Sealed lead-acid battery or lithium ion battery 5-15min after the first low-battery alarm (a new fully-charged battery should be used)

3.2.5.1 2.3 Ah 12V Sealed Lead-Acid Battery


Minimum of 260min
The monitor runs on power supplied by the new fully-charged battery in the following conditions:

Ambient temperature: 25 Monitor configuration: SpO2 (Continuous measurement) and NIBP (one auto NIBP
measurement per 15min)

Charge time:

Maximum of 8h. Operating status.

3.2.5.2 4.4Ah 11.1V Lithium Ion Battery


Minimum of 620min
The monitor runs on power supplied by the new fully-charged battery in the following conditions:

Ambient temperature:

25

Monitor configuration: SpO2 (Continuous measurement) and NIBP (one auto NIBP
measurement per 15min)

Charge time:

Maximum of 8h. Operating status.

3.2.6 Recorder
Method Horizontal resolution Vertical resolution No. of waveform channels Paper width Paper length Paper speed Record mode Thermal dot array 160dots/cm (25 mm/s) 80dots/cm 1 500.1 mm 30m 25 mm/s, 5% The recorder should support 3 record modes: 1) 2) Recording current trend data being displayed on the LCD of the current patient Recording all patient trend data

Recording waveform graphs continuously in real time


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3.2.7 Review
Trend review
Storage of trend data: Displayed contents of full configuration: Data in trend tables of all working parameters, including systolic pressure, mean pressure, diastolic pressure, pulse rate, SpO2, measurement time and patient ID. Display resolution: SpO2 configuration only: Once per minute (mean measured value within 1min.) Other configurations: Minimum interval is 1min. Maximum storage: 1200 groups of data

Storage of data
Storage of monitor configurations: The monitor should be capable of storing changeable configurations. Besides the factory default configuration, one group of user default configuration for each patient type should be stored. The following data should be stored: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Storage of patient information: Patient information Alarm limit settings Volume settings Recorder settings Clock settings Parameter settings

The current patient information is stored in the non-volatile memory.

3.2.8 NIBP
Measuring method Mode of operation Measuring interval for automatic mode: Measuring time for continuous mode: Maximum measurement cycle
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1,2,3,4,5,10,15,30,60,90,120,180,240,480min

5min

Product Specifications

Adult/pediatric: Neonate: PR: Range Accuracy Resolution

180s 90s

40 - 240 bpm 2 bpm or 2%, whichever is the greater 1bpm

Measurement range in normal mode


Adult: Systolic pressure: Diastolic pressure: Mean pressure: Pediatric: Systolic pressure: Diastolic pressure: Mean pressure: Neonate : Systolic pressure: Diastolic pressure: Mean pressure: Resolution: Pressure: Accuracy: Pressure Max. mean error Max. standard error 5mmHg 8mmHg 1mmHg 40 - 135mmHg 10 - 100mmHg 20 - 110mmHg 40 - 200mmHg 10 - 150mmHg 20 - 165mmHg 40 - 270mmHg 10 - 210mmHg 20 - 230mmHg

Software over-pressure protection: The over-pressure detection is controlled by


software. Once the cuff pressure exceeds the threshold, the software enables the system to deflate the cuff. Adult Pediatric Neonate 300 mmHg 243mmHg 150 mmHg

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Hardware over-pressure protection: In single fault conditions, the hardware


controls the cuff deflation to prevent the cuff pressure from exceeding the following ranges. Adult Pediatric Neonate 330 mmHg 330mmHg 165 mmHg

3.2.9 SpO2
3.2.9.1 MASIMO SpO2
Range
SpO2 (%) PR (bmp) 1% - 100% 25 - 240

Accuracy
SpO2 (%) Adult/pediatric No motion conditions 70% - 100%: 2% 0% - 69%: Undefined Neonate 70% -100%: 3% 0% - 69%: Undefined SpO2 (%) Adult/pediatric/neonate During motion conditions 70% -100%: 3% 0% - 69%: Undefined PR (bpm) No motion conditions 25 - 240 3 BPM PR (bpm) During motion conditions 25 - 240 5 BPM

Resolution
SpO2 (%) PR (bpm) 1% 1

Response time
Under the condition that the PR is 75BPM and the mean time is 8s, the maximum response time for the SpO2 value to increase from 60% to 95% is 20s.

3.2.9.2 9006 SpO2


Range: Resolution: 0 - 100% 1%

Accuracy No motion conditions:


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Patient Type 70% to 100% Adult (including pediatric) Neonate 2 digits 3 digits

SpO2 range 0 - 69% Undefined Undefined

Updating cycle of SpO2 values:

1s

PR
Range: Resolution: 20 - 254 BPM 1bpm PR range 20-254 bpm Accuracy( No motion conditions) 3 digits

Accuracy
Patient Type Adult/Pediatric/Neonate

3.2.9.3 Nellcor SpO2


Range and accuracy for SpO2 measurement: Sensor MAX-A, MAX-AL, MAX-N, MAX-P, MAX-I and MAX-FAST OxiCliq A, OxiCliq N, OxiCliq P and OxiCliq I D-YS, OXI-P/I MAX-R, D-YSE and D-YSPD DS-100A, OXI-A/N and Accuracy 1 70% - 100% 2 % 0% - 69% Undefined 70% - 100% 2.5 % 0% - 69% Undefined 70% - 100% 3 % 0% - 69% Undefined 70% - 100% 3.5 % 0% - 69% Undefined Range and accuracy for PR measurement: Range 20 - 250 BPM 251 - 300 BPM Updating cycle of SpO2 values: 1s Accuracy 3 BPM Undefined

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Chanpter4 Machine Disassembly/Assembly and


Troubleshooting
4.1 Disassembly/Assembly Figure
4.1.1 Host Assembly

Figure 1 Host assembly

No.
1 2 3 4 5

Std. Code
6006-30-39446 6006-30-39401 6006-30-39447 M04-000505--M04-004012---

Name & Spec.


Front housing component Master bracket component (lead-acid) Rear housing component Cross pan head screwM3X20 Cross pan head screw with washer M3X6

Qty.
1 1 1 4 5

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4.1.2 Master bracket (lead-acid battery) assembly

Figure 2 Master bracket (lead-acid battery) assembly

No.
1 2 3 4 5 6

Std. Code
6006-20-39367 6006-30-39448 M04-004015--6006-20-39385 6006-20-39379 6006-20-39464

Name & Spec.


Main bracket (lead-acid battery) Lead-acid battery assembly Gasketed cross-head screw M3*8 Speaker & connection cables Washer of speaker Insulating plate of power board

Qty.
1 1 4 1 1 1

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7 8 9 10 11

M04-004012--6006-20-39478 M04-000106--M04-011002--0000-10-10996

Gasketed cross-head screw M3*6 Lead-acid battery power board Screw M3X7+8-6 M3 nut with external-tooth spring washer EMI finger-like beryllium-copper spring

16 1 2 2 2

plate92-047 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 6006-20-39387 6006-20-39373 M04-002005--6006-20-39434 0509-20-00098 M04-000405--6006-21-39386 6006-20-39421 6006-20-39486 7000-20-24365 6006-20-39485 6006-20-39368 630D-30-09121 M04-021024--6006-20-39352 6006-20-39451 6006-20-39450 6006-20-39509 M04-021003--M04-004504--M04-004401--Fan & connection cables Fan support Cross-head sunk screw M3*12 Fan washer Grounding connector Cross-head sunk screw M3*8 Power outlet Overlay of external interface Retaining screw for button battery Battery baffle Torsional spring for button battery NIBP bracket 630D blood pressure pump Large flat washer GB96 3 Main board Insulating plate for main board Insulating plate for keypad Overlay of NIBP bracket Flat washer GB97. 1 6 Spring washer GB93 6 Stainless steel nut GB6170 M6 1 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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4.1.3 Master bracket (lithium) assembly

Figure 3 Master bracket (lithium) assembly

No.
1 2 3 4 5

Std. Code
6006-20-39416 6006-30-39449 M04-004012 6006-20-39385 6006-30-39379

Name & Spec.


Master bracket (lithium) Lithium battery component Gasketed cross-head screw M3*6 Speaker and connection line Speaker press plate

Qty.
1 1 17 1 1

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6 7 8 9 10

6006-30-39464 M04-011002--6006-20-39393 M04-000106--0000-10-10996

Insulating plate for power board M3 nut, with spring washer Lithium power board Screw M3X7+8-6 EMI finger-shape beryllium-copper spring plate92-047

1 1 1 2 2

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

6006-20-39387 6006-20-39373 M04-002005--6006-20-39434 0509-20-00098 M04-000405--6006-20-39386 6006-20-39421 6006-20-39485 6006-20-39486 7000-20-24365 6006-20-39368 630D-30-09121 M04-021024--6006-20-39352 6006-20-39451 6006-20-39512 6006-20-39509 M04-021003--M04-004504--M04-004401---

Fan and connection line Fan rack Cross flat countersunk screwM3X12 Fan washer Grounding connector Cross flat countersunk screwM3X8 Power inlet Overlay of external interface Torsional spring for button battery Fastening screw for button battery Battery baffle NIBP bracket 630D blood pressure pump Large flat washer GB 96 3 Master control board Insulating plate for master control board Insulating plate(lithium) for keypad Overlay of NIBP bracket Flat washer GB97. 1 6 Spring washer GB93 6 Stainless steel nut GB6170 M6

1 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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4.1.4 Front shell assembly

Figure 4 Front shell assembly

No.
1 2 3

Std. Code
6006-20-39358 M04-021024--M04-003905--front cover

Name & Spec.

Qty.
1 1 pointless, 1

Large flat washer GB 96 3 cross pan head screw,

self-tapping 4 5 6 7 8 9 6006-20-39359 6006-20-39376 6006-20-39415 6006-20-39431 6006-21-39391 0000-10-10997 battery door battery door tape silcon power button silicon keypad press plate masimo spo2 signal line LCD 1 1 1 1 1 1

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10 11 12 13

6006-20-39502 6006-20-39354 M04-011002-M04-004012---

LCD backplate keypad M3 nut with spring washer cross pan head screw, with washer M3X6

2 1 4 9

14 15 16 17 18

6006-20-39471 6006-20-39482 6006-20-39488 6006-20-39487 M04-051003---

spo2 module LED shade dust panel1 dust panel2 cross pan head screw, pointless, tail-cut, self-tapping

1 4 2 2 5

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

M04-021000--6006-20-39372 6006-20-39361 0010-20-12194 6006-20-39420 6006-20-39508 M04-004015---

flat washer silicon button alarm light cover pneumatic connector assembly front overlay earthing washer cross pan head screw, with washer M3X8

5 1 1 1 1 1 4

26

6006-20-39520

Waterproof bar

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4.1.5 Back shell assembly

Figure 5Back shell assembly

No.
1 2 3

Std. Code
6006-20-39351 6006-20-39374 6006-20-39362 Back shell

Name & Spec.

Qty.
1 1

Label (Chinese) Temperature temperature) module cap (No

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

M04-002505--6006-20-39375 6006-20-39418 6006-20-39369 M04-003905--M04-000603--6006-20-39350 M04-003105--M04-021024--M04-004012---

Cross head screw M3x6 Foot cushion Speaker cushion Support for recorder Tapping screw PT3X6 External teeth washer GB862.1 3 Handle cap Cross head tapping screw PT3X8 Washer GB96 3 Cross head washer screw M3X6

2 2 1 1 3 1 2 2 2 3

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TR6C-30-16654

TR60-C Recorder

4.1.6 Lithium battery assembly

Figure 6Lithium battery assembly

No.
1 2 3 4 5 6

Std. Code
6006-20-39417 6006-30-39427 M04-030030--9201-20-36038 M04-000605--M04-051026---

Name & Spec.


Support for lithium battery Lithium battery socket board Hexagon stud M3X12 Battery thrust spring Cross head screw M3X8 Stainless socket head hexagon screw M3X10

Qty.
1 1 1 1 2 1

M90-000002-03

Insulated washer 3X0.5

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4.1.7 Lead-acid battery assembly

Figure 7Lead-acid battery assembly

No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Std. Code
6006-20-39419 8002-20-36151 8002-20-36152 8002-20-36154 M07-00043S--M04-000605--9000-20-07286 M04-011002--M04-051060---

Name & Spec.


battery fixed bracket Adjustable spring battery flexible bracket battery contact switch cross pan head screw M3X8 spring M3 nut, with spring washer cross pan head screw, pointless, tail-cut, self-tapping M2X8

Qty.
1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2

10

M04-021000---

Washer GB 97.2 2.5

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4.1.8 MASIMO SpO2 board assembly

Figure 8MASIMO SpO2 board assembly

No.
1

Std. Code
DA8K-20-14524

Name & Spec.


Insulating plate of SpO2 isolation power board

Qty.
1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

M90-000002--M04-000301--0010-30-12095 0010-10-12275 M04-000104--M04-000106--6006-20-39366 M04-002505---

Insulated washer 3X1 NUT GB6170-M3 MASIMO M7 Isolation power board MASIMO M7 BOARDMASIMO KIT Spring washer GB93 3 Screw M3X7+8-6 SpO2 mount bracket Cross-head screw M3*6

3 3 1 1 3 3 1 4

4.2 Inter-board Connections


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4.2.1 List of Connection Cables


4.2.1.1 Signal lines

Name

Material number

Graphic connection relations

MINDRAY 9006 SPO2 signal line NELLCORE SPO2 signal line MASIMO SPO2 signal line

6006-21-39390 6006-21-39392 6006-21-39391

See the figure below. See the figure below. See the figure below.

4.2.1.2

Internal Connection Cables


Name Material number
6006-20-39380 6006-20-39381 6006-20-39382 6006-20-39383 6006-20-39384 6006-21-39385 6006-21-39386 6006-21-39387

Graphic connection relations


See the figure below. See the figure below. See the figure below. See the figure below. See the figure below. See the figure below. See the figure below. See the figure below.

Main board power cord Recorder signal line SpO2 module connection cables Keypad signal line LCD signal line Speaker and connection cables Power board AC input cables Fan and connection cables

Power board-to-battery backplate connection cables (lithium) Power board-to-battery backplate connection cables (lead-acid) Recorder power cord Keypad power connection cables NIBP module connection cables

6006-20-39388

See the figure below.

6006-20-39389

See the figure below.

6006-20-39492 6006-20-39493 6006-20-39494

See the figure below. See the figure below. See the figure below.

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Connection Cable Figure

Figure 9MINDRAY 9006 SPO2 Signal Line

Figure 10MASIMO SPO2 Signal Line

Figure 11NELLCORE SPO2 Signal Line

Figure 12Main Board Power Cord

Figure 13Recorder Signal Line

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Figure 14SpO2 Module Connection Cables

Figure 15LCD Signal Line

Figure 16Keypad Signal Line

Figure 17Keypad Power Connection Cables

Figure 18Speaker and Connection Cables


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Figure 19Power Board AC Input Connection Cables

Figure 20Fan and Connection Cables

Figure 21Power Board-to-Battery Backplate Connection Cables (Lithium)

Figure 22Power Board-to-Battery Backplate Connection Cables (Lead-acid)

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Figure 23Recorder Power Cord

Figure 24NIBP Module Connection Cables

4.3 Troubleshooting
4.3.1 Cannot start

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Figure 25 Black Screen Troubleshooting Map

4.3.2 LCD Black, Backlight Off


1. 2. 3.
Check if the LCD signal line is in good condition; Check if the keypad power cord is in good condition; If the problem still remains after the connection cables are replaced, replace the LCD module:

4.

If the problem still exists, check the keypad, power board or main board.

4.3.3 LED Displays Abnormally


1. 2. 3. 4. Check if the LED signal line is in good condition; Check if the keypad power cord is in good condition; Check if the button signal line is in good condition; If the problem still exists, check the keypad, power board or main board.

4.3.4 Alarms Soundless


1. Check if the sound is turned off in the software setup;
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2. 3. 4.

Check the speaker connection cables; Replace the speaker; Replace the main board.

4.3.5 Cannot Print


1. 2. 3. 4. Check if the software has recorder-related alarms. If yes, eliminate them; Check if the recorder indicator is lit; If not, check the recorder signal input connection cables; Check the recorder power input connection cables (including the recorder power board); 5. Replace the recorder module.

4.3.6 Paper Travels Abnormally


1. 2. 3. Check if the recorder paper roller has got something; Check if the recorder print head has got something; Check if the recorder power voltage >7.8V.

4.3.7 NIBP cannot Work Correctly


1. 2. 3. Check if the NIBP hose is not obstructed; Check if the NIBP signal line is in good condition; Otherwise, replace the NIBP module.

4.3.8 SPO2 Works Abnormally


1. 2. 3. 4. Check if the accessories are correct; Check if the SpO2 signal line is in good condition; Check if the SpO2 communication cable is in good condition; Otherwise, replace the SpO2 module.

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Chanpter5 Machine test and Material List


5.1 Test Procedure
Connect the simulators, power and fixture to the VS-800 and power it on. The LED and LCD modules should display correctly

5.1.1 Button Function Test


Press each button on the keypad. The VS-800 should give corresponding response and perform corresponding function. Refer to the VS-800s Operation Manual.

5.1.2 NIBP Test


After connecting the NIBP simulator, adult cuff and accessories properly, connect the cuff to the CUFF connector on the monitor and tighten it by turning clockwise. 1. After self-tests pass, press ENT to enter the ADULT mode. Set the simulator to the blood pressure 255/195/215 mmHg, SHIFT +15 and HR 80BPM, and the VS-800 to the ADULT mode. Press START for around 30 seconds, and the results will be calculated. The test results are 2708mmHg, 2108mmHg and 2308mmHg. 2. Press ECS and on the simulator to enter the NEONATE mode. Set the simulator to the blood pressure 120/80/90 mmHg and HR 120 BPM, and the VS-800 to the NEONATE mode. Press START for around 30 seconds, and the results will be calculated. The test results will be 1208mmHg, 808mmHg and 908mmHg respectively. 3. Press ESC and on the simulator to enter the NEONATE mode. Set the simulator to the blood pressure 60/30/40 mmHg, SHIFT20 and HR 120 BPM, and the VS-800 to the NEONATE mode. Change the simulator accessory to a neonatal cuff. Press START for around 30 seconds, and the result displayed should be 408mmHg, 108mmHg and 208mmHg.

5.1.3 SpO2 Test


Insert a finger into the SpO2 sensor. The screen should display the values of PR and SpO2 correctly. The normal SpO2 should be above 97%.
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5.1.4 Recorder Print Test


1. Print SpO2 graph. The recorder should print correctly and the printed results should be clear and consistent. If set such faults such out of paper, etc., corresponding prompts should be given. After the fault is removed, the VS-800 should be able to work correctly. 2. Print trend data. The recorder should print in accordance with what described in the Operation Manual.

5.1.5 Clock Test


Verify the accuracy of clock counting when conducting the system test, and then set the clock to the current time.

5.1.6 Whole Parameter Test


Plug all monitoring parameters and monitor them one by one. During the simultaneous monitoring of all parameters, the parameters should not interfere with each other.

5.1.7 Set Defaults at the time of loading Software


Perform such main menu operations as patient information management, trend data review, system setup, etc. The system responds correctly and no obvious error occurs during functioning. Each function meets the product requirements.

5.2 Material List


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 6006-20-39350 6006-20-39351 6006-30-39352 6006-20-39353A 6006-30-39354 6006-20-39355A 6006-20-39358 6006-20-39359 6006-20-39360 6006-20-39361 6006-20-39362 Handle cap Rear housing Main board PCB board for main board Keypad PCB board for keypad Front housing Battery door NIBP parameter connector cap Alarm light cover Temperature module cap (No

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5.3 NIBP Calibration Method

Figure 1 NIBP Static Pressure Calibration Method Calibration method: Increase the pressure at intervals of 50mmHg(6.7kPa). The maximum difference between the monitor and calibrator at any pressure point within the measurement range does not exceed 3mmHg (0.4kPa). Similarly, when decreasing the pressure, the difference between the monitor and calibrator at any pressure point within the measurement range should not exceed3mmHg (0.4kPa).

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Chanpter6 Maintenance and Cleaning


6.1 Inspection
6.1.1 Inspection before Using the Monitor
Before using the monitor, check:
1. 2. 3. The monitor for mechanical damages; All exposed wires, male connectors and accessories; All functions that may be used on patients, thus guaranteeing the good performance of the monitor. In case of any indication of functional damage, stop using the monitor, and contact bio-medical engineers of the hospital or Mindray service engineers immediately.

6.1.2 Routine Inspection


An overall inspection, including the functional safety inspection, must be performed on the monitor by qualified personnel for every 6-12 months or after maintenance each time. All inspections must be performed by qualified service personnel when it is necessary to disassemble the monitor.

Warning
Failure on the part of the responsible hospital or institution employing the monitoring equipment to implement a satisfactory maintenance schedule may cause undue equipment failure and possible health hazard.

6.2 General Cleaning


Warning
Be sure to shut down the system and disconnect all power cords from the outlet before cleaning the equipment or accessories.

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The VS-800 Vital Signs Monitor should be free from dust. The exterior surface and LCD should be cleaned with non-corrosive cleaning solutions, such as the diluted soap water and water.

Warning To avoid damages to the VS-800 Vital Signs Monitor:


ALWAYS dilute the solutions according to the manufacturers suggestions; ALWAYS wipe off all the excess cleaning solution with a dry cloth after cleaning; NEVER submerge the equipment into water or any cleaning solution, or pour or spray water or any cleaning solution on the equipment; NEVER permit fluids run into the casing, switches, connectors, or any ventilation openings in the equipment; NEVER use abrasive or erosive cleaners of any kind as well as cleaners containing acetone.

6.3 Cleaning Solutions


Following are examples of cleaning solutions:
Diluted soap water Diluted ammonia water Diluted sodium hyoichlo (bleaching agent) Diluted formaldehyde (35 to 37%) Hydrogen peroxide (3%) Ethanol (70%), or Isopropanol (70%)

6.4 Sterilization
Sterilization may cause damage to the equipment; therefore, only the sterilization that is considered necessary as per the hospitals service plan is recommended. Before sterilizing the equipment, clean it first. Recommended sterilization materials: Ethanol 70%, Isopropanol 70%), and aldehyde based. For the sterilization materials for NIBP cuffs, refer to relevant chapter in VS-800 Operation Manual.

6.5 Disinfection
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Disinfection may cause damage to the equipment; therefore, only the disinfection that is considered necessary as per the hospitals service plan is recommended. Before disinfecting the equipment, clean it first. For the disinfections of SpO2 sensors and NIBP cuffs, refer to relevant chapters in VS-800 Operation Manual.

6.6 Contact Information for Maintenance and Technical Support


Address Mindray Building, Keji 12th Road South, Hi-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan, Shenzhen 518057, P.R. China Manufacturer Customer Service, Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Co., Ltd. Post Code Tel Fax Free Hotline Website E-mail 518057 0755--26582888 0755--26582680 800 830 3312 http://www.mindray.com.cn/ customerservice@mindray.com.cn

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